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Voting & Elections 11.28.2018

RI voter turnout rose this year, but not to record level

Rhode Island voters cast ballots in fairly strong numbers for this month's election, official figures show, though the state did not set a turnout record the way some states did.

Voting & Elections 11.28.2018

Gorbea repeats her call for early voting in Rhode Island

The demand for mail ballots in the recent election shows the need to allow for early voting, Rhode Island’s secretary of state said Wednesday.

Voting & Elections 10.30.2018

Time running out for early voting in Massachusetts, mail ballots in RI

It's a week until Election Day 2018. William Galvin, Secretary of the Commonwealth for Massachusetts, sent out a reminder that Tuesday, Oct. 30, marks four days left to vote early; early voting closes on Friday, Nov. 2.

Voting & Elections 10.27.2018

NBC 10 I-Team: How safe is your vote?

With the midterm elections just days away, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security said dozens of states are being actively targeted by hackers, with attempts reported as recently as last week.

Money & Influence 10.12.2018

R.I. Republicans accuse D.C. Democrats of campaign finance offense

Republican chair for state party says pro-Raimondo PAC did not disclose donations properly. Rhode Island Republicans have accused Democrats in Washington of breaking state campaign finance law by failing to disclose the national donors helping to bolster Gov. Gina Raimondo’s bid for reelection.

Voting & Elections 09.10.2018

With 1 day left, ’emergency’ mail ballots for RI primary up from 2014

Rhode Island voters are making heavy use of a state law that allows them to cast their votes early for Wednesday's primary at city and town halls.

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